ACADEMIC INITIATIVES Residents and Recovery Campus housing responds to opioid crises and students in recovery. by Katie Sorokas Drugs and alcohol are no strangers to campus residence halls. Statistics from the Spring 2018 American College Health Association National College Health Assessment show that 61.7 percent of student respondents reported that they drank alcohol within the previous month and 20.9 percent smoked marijuana. Unfortunately, along with these relatively minor infractions, harder drugs are increasingly making KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS in this article their presence felt on campus. The 2017 National Survey of Drug Use and Health found that 0.6 percent of respondents between 18 and 25 used heroin in the previous year, 1.1 percent used methamphetamine, and 14.4 percent used psychotherapeutics such as Xanax and Zoloft for non-medical purposes. Naloxone, commonly known by its brand name of Narcan, now shows up in headlines and incident reports as it is put to use on more college and university campuses (see sidebar). A full-fledged public health crisis of opioid use and overdose shadows the United States. As a result, more colleges and universities are taking steps to support students who are overcoming struggles with addiction by offering recovery programs on campus. These collegiate recovery programs Resident Educational Services Create environments and programs that support student development.